Crypto Cubism

“Others have seen what is and asked why. I have seen what could be and asked why not.” ~ Picasso

Picasso was a creative genius and undeniably one of the 20th century’s greatest innovators. In fact, to this day Apple urges its employees to study Picasso’s work and mindset. I’ve always been a huge fan of Picasso; his desire to take risks, his energy and ambition, and his ability to see the world in entirely new and captivating ways.

​This series of paintings draw a correlation between the genius of Picasso and that of well-known projects being built in the blockchain and crypto space. Re-imagining some of my favourite Picasso’s masterpieces, I’ve infused contemporary iconography and crypto themes to create this series for my 2020 exhibition Crypto Cubism.

Bitcoin Bull
Oil and microcrystalline wax on canvas
140 x 140 cm (55.1 x 55.1 inches) 


Ethereum Girl with Mandolin
Oil and microcrystalline wax on canvas
140 x 110 cm (55.1 x 43.3 inches)


EOS, Reddit and Bowl of Fruit 
Oil and sand on canvas
80 x 100 cm (31.5 x 39.4 inches)


Binance, Bull and Rocket 
Oil and sand on canvas
100 x 80 cm (39.4 x 31.5 inches) 


Ethereum Boy

EthBoy is a programmable artwork on AsyncArt. It changes daily from external factors including price fluctuations of ETH and BTC and gas prices. 


Cubist ‘Satoshi’
Oil and microcrystalline wax on canvas
140 x 110 cm (55.1 x 43.3 inches)


Violin, Bitcoin and Grapes
Oil and microcrystalline wax on canvas
140 x 110 cm (55.1 x 43.3 inches)


Digibyte, Twitter and Violin
Oil and sand on canvas
80 x 100 cm (31.5 x 39.4 inches)​​

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